Acronyms and terms commonly used in DHS

Updated 06/07/2010

These acronyms are not specific to DHS only; they may be currently used elsewhere and have different meanings. Additionally, this is not a complete list of all acronyms being used in DHS.

 

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A

AA:
Administrative assistant Affirmative action Alcoholics Anonymous Authorized absence
AAA:
Area Agency on Aging
AA/EEO:
Affirmative action/equal opportunity
AAG:
Assistant attorney general
AAICPC:
Association of Administrators of the ICPC
AAPCC:
Average annual per capita cost
AARP:
American Association of Retired Persons
AB:
Aid to the blind
ABAD:
Aid to the blind and disabled
ABAWDS:
Able-bodied adult without dependents
ABE:
Adult basic education
ABIS:
Automated Budget Information System
AC:
Activity center Actual cost
ACA:
American Correctional Association Actual cost
ACCESS:
Automated Computer Capture and Storage System Accelerated Career Counseling Employment Support Services (ACCESS Project)
ACDP:
Acute and Communicable Disease Program
ACES:
Automated Confirmation of Eligibility System
ACF:
Administration for Children and Families, DHHS
ACGPR:
Oregon Advisory Committee on Genetic Privacy and Research
ACH:
Automatic clearing house
ACIP:
Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices
ACL:
Audit control language
ACLU:
American Civil Liberties Union
ACOA:
Adult Children of Alcoholics
ACOG:
American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists
ACSP:
Accessibility specialist
ACWP:
Actual cost of work performance
ACYF:
DHS Administration on Children, Youth and Families, ACF
AD:
Activity description Adult Aid to the Disabled program
A&D:
Alcohol and drug
ADA:
Americans with Disabilities Act
ADAMHA:
Alcohol, Drug Abuse and Mental Health Administration, now SAMHSA
ADAP:
AIDS Drug Assistance Program, DHHS
ADC:
Aid to Dependent Children, now TANF
ADC-BAS:
Aid to Dependent Children — basic
ADC-BAS/UN:
Aid to Dependent Children — basic with deprivation-based on unemployment
ADCC:
Average daily case/client count
ADC-EA:
Aid to Dependent Children — emergency assistance
ADCM:
Aid to Dependent Children medical
ADCM-BAS:
Aid to Dependent Children medical — basic
ADCM-EXT:
Aid to Dependent Children medical — extended
ADCM-MN:
Aid to Dependent Children medical — medically needy
ADCM-PLM:
Aid to Dependent Children medical — poverty level medical
ADCM-SAC:
Aid to Dependent Children medical — substitute or adoptive care
ADC-PLUS:
Aid to Dependent Children — eligible for JOBS Plus
ADC-UN:
Aid to Dependent Children — eligibility based on parents’ unemployment of
ADD:
Attention deficit disorder
ADL:
Activities of daily living
ADM:
Arrow-diagramming method
ADMS:
Alcohol, drug abuse and mental health services
ADP:
Average daily population
ADPICS:
Advance Purchasing Inventory Control System
ADS:
Adult and Disability Services
ADTP:
Adolescent day treatment program
AE:
Alternative education
AED:
Automated external defibrillators
AEN:
Assumed eligible newborn
A&E:
Analysis and evaluation
AES:
Advanced encryption standard
AF:
Actual finish date Alleged father
AFC:
Adult foster care
AFCARS:
Adoption and Foster Care Analysis and Reporting System
AFDC:
Aid to Families with Dependent Children, now TANF
AFH:
Adult foster home
AFP:
Authorization for purchase
AFS:
Adult and Family Services Division, now CAF
AFSA:
Adoptions and Safe Families Act
AFSCME:
American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees
AG:
Attorney general
AH:
Adolescent Health Program
AHA:
American Hospital Association
AHCPR:
Agency for Health Care Policy and Research, now AHRQ
AHRQ:
Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, DHHS
AHS:
Allied health services
AI:
Avian influenza
AIDS:
Acquired immune deficiency syndrome
AIS:
Automated Information System, OMAP
AJS:
Applicant job search
AKA:
Also known as
AKC:
Albertina Kerr Center
ALERT:
A public health immunization registry
ALF:
Assisted living facility
ALOS:
Average length of stay
AMA:
American Medical Association
AMAC:
Adult molested as children
AMH:
Addictions and Mental Health Division
AMPRA:
American Medical Peer Review Association
AMRRC:
American Medical Review Research Center
AMS:
Application maintenance and support
ANSI:
American National Standards Institute
A/O:
Assessment only
AOA:
Activity-on-arrow Administration on Aging, DHHS
AOC:
Agency operation center Assessment and observation center Association of Oregon Counties
AON:
Activity-on-node
AOPA:
American Orthotic and Prosthetic Association
APA:
American Psychiatric Association American Psychological Association Administrative Procedures Act
APB:
All-points bulletin
APD:
Advanced planning document
APDU:
Advanced planning document update
APHSA:
American Public Human Services Association
APHSA-ISM:
American Public Human Services Association — Information Systems Management
APIS:
ASFA permanency implementation specialist
APPA:
American Probation and Parole Association
APPLA:
Another Planned Permanent Living Arrangement
APR:
Averaging with periodic review
APRIL:
Association of Programs for Rural Independent Living
APS:
Absent parent search Adult protective services
A/R:
Accounts receivable Administrative review Agency request (budget) Applicant or recipient
AR:
Action request
ARAN:
American Rehab ACTion Network
ARB:
Agency Request Budget
ARC:
American Red Cross The Arc, formerly Association for Retarded Citizens
ARMS:
Adoption Recruitment Management System
ART:
Addiction recovery team
AS:
Actual start date Addiction services Adoption Services
ASAP:
Alcohol safety action program Alternatives for streamlining adoptive placements As soon as possible
ASD:
DHS Administrative Services Division
ASET:
Administrative Services Executive Team
ASFA:
Adoption and Safe Families Act
ASL:
American Sign Language
ASM:
Application support manager
ASO:
Administrative Services only
ASPR:
Office of the Assistant Secretary for Preparedness and Response
ASQ:
American Society for Quality
ATI:
Access Technologies, Inc.
ATOD:
Alcohol, tobacco and other drugs
ATP:
Authorization to purchase
ATS:
Alcohol treatment services
ATTC:
Addiction Technology Transfer Center (See NFATTC) Alcohol treatment and training center
AWP:
Any willing provider
AWS:
Applicant work search
AYA:
Alternative youth activity school
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B

BAC:
Budget at completion
BAM:
Oregon Budget and Management Division
BAS:
Basic
Basic 110:
see BVR
BBS:
Bulletin board service
BCBSO:
Blue Cross/Blue Shield of Oregon
BCCM:
Breast and cervical cancer medical
BCCP:
Breast and Cervical Cancer Program
BCO:
Blue Cross of Oregon
BCP:
Business continuity plan/planning
BCWP:
Budgeted cost of work performed
BCWS:
Budgeted cost of work scheduled
BE:
Business expert; also known as business integrity coordinator (BIC)
BEIN:
Beneficiary data exchange inquiry Screen that identifies SSI benefits
BENDEX:
Beneficiary Data Exchange system
BEOG:
Basic education opportunity grant
BF,BFF:
Blanche Fischer (Foundation)
BGAS:
Boys and Girls Aid Society
BHC:
Basic health care
BHERT:
Behavioral Health Emergency Response Team
BI:
Best Interests (of the child)
BIA:
Bureau of Indian Affairs, DOI Business impact analysis
BIAOR:
Brain Injury Association of Oregon
BIC:
Business integrity coordinator; also known as business expert (See BE)
BICC:
Biomedical Information Communication Center (OHSU)
BISG:
see BIAOR
BLN:
Business Leadership Network (also OBLN)
BMRC:
Blue Mountain Recovery Center
BOB:
Benzodiazepines, OTC drugs, barbiturates
Bobby (approved):
A web site or page that meets accessibility guidelines. Specifically, a site tested and approved by “Bobby” software developed by CAST.
BOM:
Bill of materials
BP:
Billing provider
BPA:
Budget, Planning and Analysis
BPCS:
Benefit package of covered services
BPST:
Bill payment system test
BR:
By report
BRFSS:
Oregon Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance Survey
BRHSB:
Barbara Roberts Human Services Building (See HSB)
BRP:
Budget rebalance plan
BRS:
Behavioral residential services Behavior rehabilitation services
B2B:
Business to business
B2G:
Business to government
BUBB:
Bargaining Unit Benefit Board, now PEBB
BVR:
Basic Vocational Rehabilitation (Section 110 money that funds Rehabilitation services)
B&W:
Beer and wine tax funds
BWE:
Blind work expenses

 

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C

CAA:
Community action agency
CAB:
Change advisory board
CACG:
Child abuse challenge grant
CACR:
Center for Advanced Computing Research
CADC:
Certified drug and alcohol counselor
CAF:
DHS Children, Adults and Families Division
CAH:
Child abuse hotline
CAMI:
Child abuse multidisciplinary intervention
CAN:
Child abuse and neglect
CAP:
(Oregon) Client Assistance Program Community action plan Control account plan College of American Pathologists
CAPECO:
Community Action Program East Central Oregon
CAPS:
Client Assessment Planning System
CAPTA:
Child Abuse Prevention and Treatment Act
CARES:
Child Abuse Response and Evaluation Services
CART:
Child Abuse Response Team
CASA:
Court Appointed Special Advocates
CASII:
Child and adolescent intensity instrument
CASSP:
Child and Adolescent Services System Program
CAST:
Center for Applied Special Technology – originators of the “Bobby” software
CASTP:
Child and Adolescent Secure Treatment Program
CASU:
Client Advisory Services Unit
CATC:
Children’s Advocacy and Treatment Center
CATF:
Child Abuse Task Force
CATP:
Child and Adolescent Treatment Program
CAWEM:
Citizen-Alien/Waived Emergency Medical
CB:
Children’s Bureau, ACF
CBA:
Cost benefit analysis
CBC:
Community-based care
CBR:
Client-based reimbursement
CBT:
Computer-based training
CC:
Care center Closed Captioning Community College Complication and co-morbidity
C&C:
Conditions and circumstances
CCB:
Change control board Child care billing
CCC:
Chemeketa Community College Child care center
CCD:
Oregon Education Department Child Care Division
CCDBG:
Child care and development block grant
CCDF:
Child Care Development Fund
CCER:
Center for Continuing Education in Rehabilitation
CCEVS:
Criteria evaluation and validation scheme
CCF:
Oregon Commission on Children and Families
CCH:
Computerized criminal history
CCHC:
Child Care Health Consultation demonstration program, Office of Family Health, PHD
CCMH:
Center for Community Mental Health
CCMHC:
Comprehensive Community Mental Health Center
CCNCSC:
Community for Cultural Needs of CSD Staff and Clients
CCNO:
Community Connections of Northeast Oregon
CCP:
FEMA Crisis Counseling Assistance and Training Program Crisis Communication Plan
CCRB:
Close Custody Review Board
CCRC:
Continuing care retirement community
CCR&R:
Child care resource and referral agency
CD:
Chemical dependency Compact disk
CDC:
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, DHHS Child development clinic
CDL:
Clandestine Drug Lab Program
CDMA:
Code-division multiple access
CDO:
Chemical dependency organization
CDP:
Child development program
CDR:
Continuing disability review
CDRC:
Child Development and Rehabilitation Center, OHSU
CD-ROM:
Compact disk - read-only memory
CDT:
Current/common dental terminology
CEG:
Continuing education for girls
CEM:
Common evaluation methodology
CEOJJC:
Central and Eastern Oregon Juvenile Justice Consortium
CEP:
Client-employed provider (Oregon) Competitive Employment Project
CET:
Consultation, Education and Training
CETA:
Comprehensive Employment and Training Act
CETS:
Consultation education training specialist
CEU:
Continuing Education Unit
CFCIP:
Chafee Foster Care Independence Program
CFDA:
Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance
CFR:
Code of federal regulations
CFSR:
Child and family service reviews
CGI-AMS:
Consultants to Government and Industry-American Management Systems
CH:
Child
CHAMPUS:
Civilian Health and Medical Programs of the Uniformed Services
CHC:
Criminal history check
CHCC:
Child care center
CHD:
County health department
CHIP:
Child Health Insurance Program
CHN:
Community health nurse
CHS:
Center for Health Statistics Community Human Services (defunct)
CI:
Client index
CICS:
Customer Information Control System
CIIS:
Children’s intensive in-home services
CIL:
Center for Independent Living
CIO:
Chief information officer
CIP:
Community Integration Program, DOE
CIRT:
Community intensive residential treatment Critical Incident Response Team
CISA:
Certified information systems auditor
CISSP:
Certified information systems security professional
CIT:
Counselor-in-training
CIU:
Crisis intervention unit
CJA:
Children's Justice Act
CJATF:
Children class="cw"s Justice Act Task Force
CL:
PHD Community Liaison Unit
C&L:
Coopers & Lybrand (actuaries)
CLAS:
Culturally and Linguistically Appropriate Services
CLIA:
Clinical Laboratory Improvement Amendment
CM:
Case manager
CMC:
Case management coordinator
CMG:
Claims management group subunit
CMHC:
Community mental health center
CMHP:
Community mental health program
CMHS:
Center for Mental Health Services, SAMHSA Community mental health services
CMI:
Case mix index Chronically mentally ill
CMMS:
Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services
CMS:
Centers of Medicare and Medicaid Services, DHHS Client Maintenance System
CN:
Certificate of need
CNIC:
Computing & Networking Infrastructure Consolidation initiative
CN/PR:
Certificate of need/plan review
COA:
Children of alcoholics Council on Accreditation Court-ordered amount
COB:
Coordination of benefits
COBIT:
Control objectives for information and related technology
COBOL:
Common business oriented language
COBRA:
Consolidated Omnibus Reconciliation Act of 1985
COCOA:
Central Oregon Council on Aging
CODA:
Comprehensive options for drug abusers
CODAC:
Coalition of Oregon Disabilities Advisory Councils
CODO:
Coalition of Oregon Disability Organizations
COG:
Council of Governments
COI:
Cooperation Incentive Payment
COIC:
Central Oregon Intergovernmental Council
COLA:
Cost of living adjustment
COP:
Certificate of participation
CORE Web:
Centralized Online Resource Environment (An OVRS online forms & resource warehouse)
CORIL:
Central Oregon Resources for Independent Living (CIL serving Deschutes, Crook & Jefferson counties)
COTS:
Commercial off-the-shelf
CP:
Cerebral palsy
CPA:
Certified public accountant Council for Prostitution Alternatives
CPAF:
Cost-plus-award-fee contract
CPAS:
Claims Processing Assessment System
CPAT:
Child Protection Action Team
CPC:
Child planning conference
CPDTC:
Children’s psychiatric day treatment center
CPFF:
Cost-plus-fixed-fee contract
CPHA:
Commission on Professional and Hospital Activities
CPI:
Consumer price index Cost performance index
CPIF:
Cost-plus-incentive-fee contract
CPM:
Critical path method
CPMS:
Client Process Monitoring System
CPN:
Critical path network
CPPC:
Cost-plus-percentage-of-cost contract
CPR:
Cardiopulmonary resuscitation
CPS:
Child Protective Services
CPT:
Community Progress Team Current procedural terminology
CPU:
Central processing unit Child psychiatric unit
CQA:
Certified quality auditor
CQI:
Continuous quality improvement
CR:
Carriage return
CRB:
Citizen Review Board, OJD
CRC:
Certified Rehabilitation Counselor Community resources coordinator Corrections release center
CRCC:
Commission on Rehabilitation Counselor Certification
CRM:
Computer resource management Customer relationship management Customer resource management
CRMU:
Client recipient maintenance unit
CRN:
Contract registered nurses
CRO:
Contract release order
CRP:
Community Rehabilitation Program
CRRTS:
Certification Recruitment and Retention Tracking System
CRT:
Cathode ray tube equipment Crisis response teams
CS:
Child Safety Child support
CSAG:
Children’s Sexual Abuse Group
CSAVR:
Council of State Administrators of Vocational Rehabilitation
CSBG:
Community services block grant
CSC:
Catholic Services for Children
CSCI:
Children’s System Change Initiative, OMHS
CSD:
Children’s Services Division, now CAF
CSDM:
Child support decision modeling
CSE:
Child support enforcement
CSEAS:
Child Support Enforcement Automated System
CSEPP:
Chemical Stockpile Emergency Preparedness Program
CSI:
Continuous system improvement
CSH:
Coordinated School Health
CSL:
Current service level
CSN:
Community safety net
CSND:
Community safety net database
CSP:
Oregon Child Support Program
CSPD:
Comprehensive System of Personnel Development
CSR:
Consumer Service Report (Maintained for eligible IL consumers at agencies & CILs)
CSS:
Child support system Customer service and support
CSTAT:
Contract status tracking and timing
CTF:
Children’s Trust Fund
CTIC:
Clatsop/Tillamook Intergovernmental Council
CTP:
Comprehensive transition plan
CV:
Cost variance
CVAS:
Crime Victims’ Assistance Section, DOJ
CW:
Case worker Child welfare
CWAC:
Child Welfare Advisory Committee
CWE:
Community Work Evaluation
CWBS:
Contract work breakdown structure
CWLA:
Child Welfare League of America
CWP:
Child Welfare Partnership
CWPMLC:
Child Welfare Practice Model Leadership Committee, now CWPMSC
CWPMSC:
Child Welfare Practice Model Steering Committee, CAF
CWRETF:
Child Welfare Racial Equity Task Force
CWS:
Child welfare services
CWST:
Career Workforce Skills Training
CWXML:
Child welfare extensible markup language
CY:
Calendar year
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D

DA:
District attorney
D&A:
Drug and alcohol
DARTS:
Day and residential treatment services
DAS:
Oregon Department of Administrative Services
DAS:
Medford CIL, discontinued as a CIL on 11/30/06
DB2:
DataBase 2
DBA:
Database administrator Database analyst
DBC:
Database coordinator
DBMS:
Database Management System
DBTAC:
Disability and Business Technical Assistance Center
DCBS:
Oregon Department of Consumer and Business Services
DCDC:
Detailed case data component
DCO:
Dental care organization
DCP:
Developing Capable People program
DCS:
Oregon Department of Justice Division of Child Support
DD:
Data date Developmentally Delayed Developmental disability Developmentally disabled Direct deposit
DDA:
Deputy district attorney
DDCC:
DHS Diversity Development and Coordinating Council
DDI:
Design, development and implementation Design, development and installation
DDOS:
Distributed denial of service
DDS:
Disability determination services
DDSA:
Developmental Disabilities Service Act
DEA:
Drug Enforcement Act
DEC:
Drug endangered child
DEQ:
Oregon Department of Environmental Quality
DFSCA:
Drug-Free Schools and Communities Act
DFSP:
Disaster Food Stamp Program, CAF
DHHAP, DHIAP:
see ODHHS
 
DHHS:
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
DHR:
No longer in use; see DHS
DHS:
Oregon Department of Human Services U.S. Department of Homeland Security
DIP:
Detailed implementation plan
DIRT:
Diversion intervention rehabilitation treatment
DIS:
Detailed implementation schedule
DISQ:
Disqualified
DM:
District manager
DMAP:
DHS Division of Medical Assistance Programs
DME:
Durable medical equipment
DMH:
Disaster mental health
DMI:
Direct mail issuance
DMV:
Oregon Driver and Motor Vehicle Services Division
DMZ:
Demilitarized zone
DN:
Denied
DNS:
Director of nursing services
DO:
DHS Director’s Office
DOB:
Date of birth
DOC:
U.S. Department of Commerce Date of commitment Oregon Department of Corrections
DoD:
U.S. Department of Defense
DOE:
Oregon Department of Education Oregon Department of Energy
DOES:
Disabled Oregonians for Effective Services
DOI:
U.S. Department of Interior
DOJ:
Department of Justice
DOL:
U.S. Department of Labor
DOLPHIN:
Distributed Oregon OnLine Public Health Information Network
DOORS:
Disability Ontario Oregon Referral Services
DOP:
Date of payment
DOR:
Date of request
DOS:
Date of service
DOT:
Dictionary of Occupational Titles
DP:
Data processing
DPU:
Direct Pay Unit
DQ:
Disqualify
DRA:
Federal Deficit Reduction Act of 2005
DRC:
Disaster resource center
DRG:
Diagnostic related group
DRI:
Data Resources, Inc.
DRM:
Data resource management Defect removal model
DRP:
Disaster recovery plan
DS:
Desktop services
DSA:
Designated State Agency (DHS)
DSAC:
Disability Services Advisory Council
DSC:
Distribution Services Center
DSH:
Disproportionate share hospital
DSHS:
Washington State Department of Social and Health Services
DSM (IV):
Diagnostic and Statistical Manual (listing of mental disorders)
DSO:
Disability Services Office (SPD)
DSR:
Disproportionate share ranking
DSS:
Delivery system subunit Division of State Systems, ACF, DHHS
DSSURS:
Decision Support, Surveillance and Utilization Review System
DSU:
Delivery Systems Unit Designated State Unit
DTD:
Document type definition
DU:
Duration
DUII:
Driving under the influence of intoxicants
DUR:
Drug use review
DV:
Domestic violence
DVA:
Oregon Department of Veterans Affairs
DVAA:
Domestic violence assistance agreements
DVR:
Department of Vocational Rehabilitation (now Office of Vocational Rehabilitation)
DWP:
Drinking Water Program
DWSS:
Department-wide support services
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E

EA:
Emergency assistance
EAC:
Estimate at completion
EA/E2:
Emergency assistance
EAP:
DHS Employee Assistance Program
EAS:
Executive accounting system
EBCDIC:
Extended binary-coded decimal interchange code
E-Board:
Emergency Board of the Oregon Legislature
EBL:
Essential Budget Level
EBP:
Evidence-based practice
EBRI:
Employee Benefit Research Institute
EBRS:
Electronic Birth Registration System
EBT:
Electronic benefits transfer
ECC:
Electronic claims capture Emergency coordinating center
ECM:
Electronic claims management
ED:
Electronic deposit Oregon Employment Department
EDGE:
Enhanced data GSM environment
EDI:
Electronic data interchange
EDMS:
Electronic Document Management System
EDP:
Employment development plan
EDRC:
Employment related day care
EDRS:
Electronic Death Registration System
EDT:
Employee development team
EEO:
Equal employment opportunity Enhancing Employment Outcomes
EF:
Early finish date
EFT:
Electronic funds transfer
EGHP:
Employer-related group health plan
EHAP:
Environmental Health Assessment Program
EHDI:
Early Hearing Detection and Intervention, PH
EHLLAPI:
Emulator high level language application programming interface Screen scraping
EI:
Early intervention Employment Initiative
EIC:
Earned income credit
EIC/EITC:
Earned income credit/earned income tax credit
EIE:
Employment and independence expense
EIP:
Early intervention program
EIS:
Executive information system
EITC:
Earned Income Tax Credit
EL:
Executive letter
EMC:
Electronic media claims
EML:
Employment income
EMP:
Employment Management Professionals, Inc.
EMS:
Emergency medical services
EMS/TS:
Emergency Medical Services and Trauma Systems program
EMT:
Emergency medical technician
ENCC:
Exceptional needs care coordination
ENL:
English as a non-native language
EO:
Governor's Executive Order
EOB/EOMB:
Explanation of medical benefits
EOC:
Emergency operations center
EOCIL:
Eastern Oregon Center for Independent Living
EODAA:
Employment Opportunities for Disabled Americans Act of 1986
EOE:
Equal Opportunity Employer
EOF:
End of file
EOM:
End of month
EOP:
Employment Outcomes Professional
EOPC:
Eastern Oregon Psychiatric Center
EOTC:
Eastern Oregon Training Center
EPA:
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
EPD:
Employment Premium Employed People with Disabilities
EPH:
Office of Environmental Public Health, PH
EPHT:
Environmental Public Health Tracking Program
EPM:
Enterprise project management
EPO:
Exclusive provider organization
EPSDT:
Early and periodic screening, diagnosis and treatment
EQRO:
External quality review organization
ER:
Emergency room
ERA:
Elderly rental assistance Electronic remittance advice
ERB:
Oregon Employment Relations Board
ERC:
Education resource center
ERDC:
Employment/education-related day care
ERDC-BAS:
Employment/education-related day care-basic
ERDC-SBG:
Employment/education-related day care-student block grant
ERDC-TRS:
Employment/education-related-transitional
ERISA:
Employee Retirement Income Security Act
ERP:
Enterprise resource planning
ERS:
Emergency response services Emergency response system
ERT:
Emergency response team
ES:
Early start date Employment services Elementary school
ESD:
Education service district
ESEA:
Elementary and Secondary Education Act
ESF:
Emergency support function
ESL:
English as a second language
E&T:
Employment and training
ETC:
Estimate to complete
ETP:
Employment transition program
ETU:
Education and Training Unit, OMAP
EEV:
Earned value
EV-DO:
Evolution-data only
EVS:
Electronic verification system
eXPRS:
Express Payment and Reporting System, now MMIS
EXT:
Extended medical benefits
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F

FA:
Absent father Fiscal agent
FAC:
Forecast at completion
FACIS:
Family and Child Information System
FADE:
Fetal alcohol and drug effected
FAE:
Fetal Alcohol Effect
FAN:
Future automated needs
FAR:
Formal Administrative Review
FAS:
Fetal Alcohol Syndrome
FAST:
Fast adoption studies and training
FBI:
Federal Bureau of Investigation
FBS:
Family-based services
FC:
Foster care
FCE:
Functional Capacity Evaluation
FCHP:
Fully capitated health plan
FCIA:
Foster Care Independence Act
FCP:
Foster care prevention
FCS:
Food and consumer services
FCST:
Foster Care Safety Team
FCTV:
Foster care trial visit
FDA:
U.S. Food and Drug Administration, DHHS
FDM:
Family decision-making meeting (See TDM)
FEMA:
Federal Emergency Management Agency, U.S. Department of Homeland Security
FERPA:
Family Education Rights and Privacy Act
FF:
Federal funds Finish-to-finish
FFCMH:
Federation of Families for Children’s Mental Health
FFIS:
Federal funds information for states
FFN:
Family, Friend and Neighbor Training Project
FFP:
Federal financial participation Firm fixed price contract Federal Financial Policy
FFS:
Fee for service
FFY:
Federal fiscal year
FGH:
Family group home
FGP:
Foster grandparent program
FHIAP:
Family Health Insurance Assistance Program, OPHP
FICA:
Federal Insurance Contributions Act
FIPS:
Federal information processing standard
FIRMS:
Financial Information Resource Management System
FIWG:
CWAC Future Issues Work Group
FMAP:
Federal medical assistance percentage
FMLA:
Family and medical leave account
FNS:
USDA Food and Nutrition Service
FOC:
Freedom of choice
FP:
Family planning Foster parent
FPA:
Foster Parent Association
FPEP:
Family Planning Expansion Program
FPI:
Fixed-price-incentive contract
FPL:
Federal poverty level
FPLHSS:
Food, Pool and Lodging Health and Safety Section
FPLS:
Federal Parent Locator Service
FPS:
Family planning services
FQHC:
Federally qualified health center
FQHP:
Federally qualified health plan
FRED:
Foster care recruitment entry database Foster recruitment electronic data
FRITS:
FACIS Request and Incident Tracking System
FRRS:
Foster care recruitment and retention specialist
FRS:
Federal requirements specification Functional requirements specification
FRT:
Fatality review team
FRW:
Family resource worker
FS:
Finish-to-start Food stamps
FSA:
Family services assistant Family Support Act
FSAC:
Food Service Advisory Committee
FSAT:
Family sex abuse treatment
FSC:
Family Support and Connections
FSCO:
Food stamp cash-out
FSH:
Family shelter home
FSMIS:
Food Stamp Management Information System
FSP:
Food Stamp Program
FS-PLS:
Food stamps clients eligible for JOBS Plus
FSR:
Fiscal status report
FSR:
Family Services Review Commission
FST:
Family support team
FSW:
Financial service worker
FSWT:
Family services work team
FT:
Full-time
FTC:
Fairview Training Center Federal Trade Commission
FTE:
Full-time equivalent Full-Time Employee
FTP:
File transfer protocol
FTS:
Family treatment services
FUA:
Full utility allowance
FUL:
Federal upper limit
FUM:
Family unity meeting
FUSE:
Framework for uniting self-sufficiency and eligibility
FWS:
Federal work study
FY:
Fiscal year
FYI:
For your information
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G

GA:
General assistance program Governor’s advocacy
G&A:
General and administrative expense
GAAP:
Generally accepted accounting principles
GAAS:
Generally Accepted Auditing Standards
GAM:
General assistance medical
GAM-BAS:
General assistance medical-basic
GAO:
U.S. Government Accountainability Office DHS Governor's Advocacy Office, DO
GAP:
Guided assessment process
GASB:
Governmental Accounting Standards Board
GATB:
General Aptitude Test Battery (not used anymore)
GCI:
General cognitive index
GCSS:
Governor’s Commission on Senior Services
GED:
General equivalency degree General Educational Development
GEP:
Graduate Education Program, PSU
GERT:
Graphical evaluation and review technique
GF:
General Fund
GH:
Group home
GHAA:
Group Health Association of America
GHz:
Gigahertz
GIS:
Geographic Information System
GJXML:
Global justice extensible markup language
GLC:
Group life coordinator
GLS:
Group life supervisor
GME:
Graduate medical education General Medical Exam
GNT:
Grant
GO:
Governor's Office
GOBHI:
Greater Oregon Behavioral Health, Inc.
GPG:
GNU privacy guard
GPO:
U.S. Government Printing Office
GPRS:
General packet radio services
GR:
Governor’s recommended (budget)
GRB:
Governor's recommended budget
GS:
General services
GSA:
U.S. General Services Administration
GSM:
Global System for Mobile Communication
GSM/GPRS:
Global System for Mobile Communication/General Packet Radio Services
G2G:
Government to government
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H

HABS:
Harmful Algal Bloom Surveillance Program
HAN:
Health Alert Network
HAS:
Human services assistant
HASL:
Handicap Awareness and Support League. Now known as “HASL Independent Abilities Center.”
HB:
House bill
HC:
Health care
HCAP:
Health care analysis programs Healthy Communities Access Program Hepatitis C Awareness Project, OPH Hospital Care Assurance Program
HCBC:
Home and community-based care
HCFA:
Health Care Financing Administration, now CMMS
HCFO:
Health Care Financing and Organization program, RWJF
HCI:
Health Choice, Inc.
HCLC:
Health Care Licensure and Certification Program
HC/PC:
Home care/personal care
HCPCS:
HCFA Common Procedures Coding System
HCV:
Hepatitis C (HCV infection)
HCW:
Home Care Worker
HD:
DHS Health Division DHS Help Desk
HDX:
Healthcare data exchange
HEDIS:
Health plan and employer data information set
HER:
Health economics research
HFA:
Hospice Foundation of America
HH:
Head of household Household
HHO:
Household of one
HHS:
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
HIB:
Hospital insurance benefit, Medicare Part A
HIC:
Health insurance code
HIG:
Health insurance group
HIO:
Health insurance organization
HIP:
Health insurance premium
HIPAA:
Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act
HIPC:
Health insurance purchase cooperative
HIRE:
Hiring Individuals Ready for Employment
HIV:
Human immunodeficiency virus
HK:
Housekeeper
HKP:
Healthy Kids Plan
HLD:
Held check and/or medical card (CMS)
HMEA:
Hillcrest/MacLaren Education Association
HMG:
Health management group
HMKR:
Homemaker
HMO:
Health maintenance organization
HMOO:
Health Maintenance Organization of Oregon
HMU:
Health Management Unit
HO:
Hispanic origin
HOH:
Head of household Hard of Hearing
HOPE:
AmeriCorps Healthy Options through Prevention and Education
HPCDP:
Health Promotion and Chronic Disease Prevention Program
HPP:
Hospital Preparedness Program
HPPU:
Health Plan Policy Unit, OMAP
HPV:
Human papillomavirus vaccine
HR:
DHS Office of Human Resources
HR/OD:
Human resources and organizational development
HRA:
Human resource assistant
HRS:
Human resource specialist
HRSA:
Health Resources and Services Administration, DHHS Health resource service area
HRSD:
Oregon Human Resource Services Division
HS:
High school
HSA:
Human services assistant
HSB:
Human Services Building (See BRHSB)
HSC:
Oregon Health Services Commission
HSCO:
Human Services Coalition
HSEES:
Hazardous Substances Event Surveillance System
HSP:
Housing Stabilization Program Health Systems Planning
HSS:
Human services specialist
HTTP:
Hypertext transfer protocol
HUD:
U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development
HV:
Home visit
HZA:
Hornby Zeller and Associates, Inc.
HZIP:
ZIP code verification system
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I

IA:
Individual assessment Ineligible alien
I&A:
Information and assistance
IAPD:
Implementation advanced planning document
I&R:
Information and Referral
IBM:
International Business Machines
IBNR:
Incurred but not reimbursed
IC:
Incident commander Interstate compact
ICCS:
International classification of clinical services
ICD-9-CM:
Ninth revision of the International Classification of Diseases Clinical Modification
ICF:
Intermediate care facility
ICF/HA:
Intermediate care facility/home for the aged
ICF/MR:
Intermediate care facility/mentally retarded
ICS:
Incident Command System
ICJ:
Interstate Compact on Juveniles
ICN:
Immediate care nursery Intermediate care nursery Internal control number
ICPC:
Interstate Compact for the Placement of Children
ICR:
Initial court reports
ICTS:
Intensive community-based treatment services
ICU:
Intensive care units
ICWA:
Indian Child Welfare Act
ID:
Identification Identity
IDA:
Individual Development Account
IDEA:
Individuals with Disabilities Education Act
IDPF:
Intoxication diversion program funds
IDS:
Intrusion Detection System
IEA:
Individual education account
IEP:
Individual educational plan
IEPA:
Interethnic Placement Act (1996)
IEVS:
Integrated Eligibility Verification System
IFB:
Invitation for bid
IFS:
Intensive family services
IFSP:
Individual Family Service Plan
IHN:
InterCommunity Health Network
IHS:
Indian Health Services, DHHS
IIS:
Integrated Information System
IL:
Independent living
ILC:
Independent living center
ILP:
Independent Living Program, CAF
ILP-CH:
Independent Living Program - Chafee Housing Services, CAF
ILR:
Independent living rehabilitation
ILRU:
Independent Living Research & Utilization
ILSP:
Independent Living Subsidy Program, CAF
IPE:
Individualized Plan for Employment
IPS+:
Individualized Placement & Support Plus
IM:
Information memorandum
IMD:
Institution for mental diseases
IME:
Indirect medical education
IMPEP:
Integrated Materials Performance Evaluation Program
IMR:
Imminent risk response
IMS:
IBM's transactional and hierarchical database management system Information management service
IMT:
Incest management team
INA:
Immigration and Nationality Act
inkML:
Ink markup language
INS:
Immigration and Naturalization Service, now USCIS
IOC:
Inspection of care
IOM:
Institute of Medicine
IP:
Inpatient Internet protocol Immunization Program
IPA:
Independent Practice Associations
IPE:
Injury Prevention and Epidemiology Program
IPGB:
Insurance Pool Governing Board, now OPHP
IPP:
Integrated project plan
IPSEC:
Internet protocol security
IPV:
Intentional program violation Intimate partner violence
I&R:
Information and referral
Iq:
Intelligent Quotient
I/R:
Information/referral
IRA:
Individual retirement account
IRB:
Institutional Review Board
IRCA:
Immigration Reform and Control Act
IRCO:
Immigrant and Refugee Community Organization
IRM:
Information resources management
IRMD:
Information Resources Management Division, DAS
IRR:
Information resource request
IRS:
Internal Revenue Service
IRWE:
Impairment-related work expense
ISA:
Intensive services array
ISACA:
Information Systems Audit and Control Association
ISE:
Information Systems Engineering, OIS
ISECOM:
Institute for Security and Open Methodologies
ISM:
Information system management
ISN:
Integrated services network
ISO:
DHS Information Security Office, ASD International Standards Organization
ISP:
Individual service plan Initial service plan
IST:
Intervention and stabilization track
IT:
Information technology
ITAM:
IT asset management
ITGC:
Information technology governance council
ITS:
Intensive treatment services
IUA:
Individual utility allowance
IV-A:
Title IV of Social Security Act, Part A - block grants for states TANF
IV-B:
Title IV of Social Security Act, Part B - child and family services
IV-D:
Title IV of Social Security Act, Part D - child support and establishment of paternity
IV-E:
Title IV of Social Security Act, Part E - federal foster care program
IV-E Waiver:
A federally approved demonstration project that gives states the authority to design and test a wide range of new approaches to the delivery of child welfare services in order to improve outcomes for children
IVR:
Interactive voice response
IWRP:
Individualized written rehabilitation program see IPE
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J

JAD:
Joint application design Joint application development
JAHP:
Journal of American Health Policy
JAS:
Jobs Automated System
JC:
Juvenile corrections Juvenile court
JCAHO:
Joint Commission on the Accreditation of Health Care Organization
JCIP:
Juvenile Court Improvement Project, OJD
JCSF:
Juvenile corrections service facility
JD:
Juvenile Department
JDH:
Juvenile detention hall
JERI:
OBS Employment and Retention Initiative
JFS:
Journal File System
JJA:
Juvenile Justice Alliance
JJAC:
Juvenile Justice Advisory Committee
JJC:
Juvenile Justice Coalition
JLC:
Joint legislative committee
JLCIMT:
Joint Legislative Committee on Information Management and Technology
JOBS:
Job Opportunities & Basic Skills training. Replaced by the TANF program effective July 1, 1997.
JOBS Plus:
Oregon Employment Department program that provides a 13-week work experience for Unemployment Insurance claimants.
JOMIS:
Juvenile Offender Management Information System
JRP:
Juvenile Rights Project
JSC:
Juvenile Services Commission
JTPA:
Job Training and Partnership Act (see WIA)
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K

KPM:
Key performance measure
KSA:
Knowledge, skills and abilities
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L

LAB:
Legislative approved budget
LAE:
Local area expert
LAN:
Local area network
LAP:
Legal assistance program
LAPA:
Legislative authorized position allocation
LAR:
Legal assistance referral
LARS:
Leave Accrual Reporting System
LAS:
Legal Aid Society Legal assistance specialist
LC:
Lesser of costs or charges Long-term care Legislative Concept
LCSW:
Licensed clinical social worker
LD:
Learning disability Limited duration Late Deafened
LDAP:
Lightweight directory access protocol
LDMS:
Lean Daily Management System
LEA:
Law enforcement agency Local educational agency
LEAD:
Lead Poisoning Prevention Program
LEDS:
Law Enforcement Data System
LEMA:
Law enforcement medical account
LEMILA:
Law enforcement medical liability account
LEP:
Limited English proficiency
LF:
Late finish date Line feed Lottery Funds
LFO:
Oregon Legislative Fiscal Office
LFS:
Lutheran Family Services
LHD:
Local health departments
LIEAP:
Low Income Energy Assistance Program, OHCS
LIHEAP:
Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program, OHCS
LILA:
Lane Independent Living Alliance (CIL serving Lane county)
LIMS:
Laboratory Information Management System
LINUS:
Legislative Information and Notification User System
LIS:
Low-income subsidy
L & M:
Licensing and monitoring
LMHA:
Local mental health authority
LMP:
Licensed medical practitioner
LMR:
Labor Market Research
LOE:
Letter of expectation Level of effort
LOS:
Length of stay
LPHA:
Licensed practitioner of healing arts
LPR:
Lawful permanent resident
LRN:
Laboratory Response Network
LS:
Late start date
LTC:
Long-term care
LTCO:
Long-term care ombudsman
LTQC:
Long-term quality care
LUA:
Limited utility allowance
LV:
Law violation
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M

M&T:
Maintenance & Transportation payment
MA:
Medical assistance Medicare Advantage plans
MAA:
Medical assistance assumed
MAE:
Medical assistance eligibility
MAF:
Medical assistance to families
MA-PD:
Medicare Advantage Prescription Drug plan
MARS:
Management and Administrative Reporting Subsystem, part of MMIS
MAS:
Medicaid authorized specialist
MathML:
Math markup language
MBA:
Master’s degree in business administration
MBO:
Management by objective
Mbps:
Megabits per second
MCAT:
Multi-disciplinary child abuse team
MCCA:
Medicare Catastrophic Coverage Act of 1988
MCCN:
Managed care community network
MCCRA:
Medicare Catastrophic Coverage Repeal Act of 1989
MCE:
Medicare code editor
MCF:
Mission critical function
MCH:
Maternal and Child Health Office, OFH
MCM:
Maternity Case Management
MCO:
Managed care organization
MDC:
Major diagnostic category
MDRC:
Manpower Demonstration Research Corp.
MDT:
Multi-disciplinary team
ME:
Medical eligibility Medical examiner
MEC:
Medical encounter claim
MED:
Mentally/emotionally disordered Mentally/emotionally disturbed
MEDPAR:
Medicare provider analysis and review
MEDTEP:
Medical Treatment Effectiveness Program, AHRQ
MEI:
Medicare economic index
MEPA:
Multi-Ethnic Placement Act
MET:
Motivational Enhancement Training
MEWA:
Multiple employer welfare arrangement
M5:
Day care program (See ERDC)
MH:
Mental health
MHC:
Managed health care
MHCP:
Managed health care plan
MHD:
Mental Health Division, now part of AMH
MHDDSD:
Mental Health & Developmental Disability Services Division (Former DHS designation)
MHO:
Mental health organization
MHP:
Mental health professional
MIB:
Medical insurance benefit
MIC:
Migrant Indian Coalition, now OCDC
MIG:
Medicaid Infrastructure Grant
MIP:
Minor in possession
MIRT:
Management intake review team
MIT:
Mentor In Training
MITS:
Medicare Interactive Terminal System
MLTCQRAC:
Medicaid Long-Term Care Quality and Reimbursement Advisory Council
MMA:
Medicare Modernization Act
MMIS:
Medicaid Management Information System
MMPI:
Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory
MMR:
Measles, mumps and rubella
MN:
Medically needy
MN-ADC:
Medically needy — ADC-related
MNL:
Manual
MN-OSIP:
Medically needy — OSIP-relateds
MO:
Absent mother
MOE:
Maintenance of effort
MODUM:
Modulator/demodulator
MOE:
Maintenance of effort
MOW:
Meals on Wheels
MPH:
Master’s degree in public health
MR:
Mentally retarded
MRDC:
Medically related day care
MR/DD:
Mentally retarded/developmentally disabled
MRDD:
Mentally retarded/developmentally disabled (now DD)
MRS:
Monthly Reporting System, CAF
MRT:
Medical Review Team
MRU:
Medical resource unit
MS:
Middle school
MSA:
Medical savings account
MSAV:
Mothers of Sex Abuse Victims
MSIS:
Medicaid Statistical Information System
MSO:
Medical service organization Multi-service office
MSP:
Medicare Savings Program
MSR:
Mid-session review
MSW:
Master's degree in social work
MTG:
Meeting Management Consultants, L.L.C.
MTP:
Major test plan
MVA:
Motor vehicle accident
MVS-JCL:
Multiple virtual storage — job control language
MWVSSA:
Mid-Willamette Valley Senior Services Agency
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N

NA:
Narcotics Anonymous
NACHRI:
National Association of Children’s Hospitals and Related Institutions
NAD:
National Association of the Deaf
NADA:
National Automobile Dealers Association
NAFS:
Non-assistance food stamps
NAH:
Not at home
NAIC:
National Adoption Information Clearinghouse National Association of Insurance Commissions
NAMCS:
National Ambulatory Medical Care Survey
NAMI:
National Alliance for the Mentally Ill
NAPCWA:
National Association of Public Child Welfare Administrators
NARA:
Native American Rehabilitation Association
NAWD:
National Association of Women, Infants, Children Directors
NCAANDS:
See NCANDS
NCANDS:
National Child Abuse and Neglect Data System
NCCAN:
National Center on Child Abuse and Neglect, DHHS
NCD:
National Council on Disabilities
NCHS:
National Center for Health Statistics, CDC
NCI:
National Cancer Institute
NCIL:
National Council of Independent Living
NCOA:
National Council on Aging
NCP-PLS:
Non-custodial parent of children receiving TANF
NCQA:
National Committee for Quality Assurance
NCS:
National Children’s Study Network and Computer Services, OIS
NCVHS:
National Committee on Vital and Health Statistics, DHHS
NCWRCA:
National Child Welfare Resource Center for Adoption
NDC:
National drug code
NDMS:
National Disaster Medical System
NDS:
Network and Desktop Services, OIS
NEC:
Not elsewhere classifiable
NED:
No earned income, elderly or disabled
NEDSS:
National Electronic Disease Surveillance System, CDC
NEO:
New employee orientation
New Cats:
New categorical eligibles
New N-Cats:
New non-categorical eligibles
NF:
Nursing facility
NFB:
National Federation of the Blind
NFATTC:
Northwest Frontier Addiction Technology Transfer Center
NFATTC-CAPT:
Northwest Frontier Addiction Technology Transfer Center-Center for Application of Preventive Technology
NFIB:
National Federation of Independent Business
NGA:
National Governors Association
NH:
Nursing home
NHAMCS:
National Hospital Ambulatory Medical Care Survey
NHDS:
National Hospital Discharge Survey
NIAP:
National Information Assurance Partnership
NIC:
Network information center
NICU:
Neonatal intensive care unit
NICWA:
The National Indian Child Welfare Act
NIH:
National Institutes of Health, DHHS
NIMH:
National Institute of Mental Health, NIH
NIMS:
National Incident Management System
NIOSH:
National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, CDC
NIS:
Negotiated investment strategy
NIST:
National Institute of Standards and Technology, U.S. Department of Commerce
NMBR:
Number
NMHA:
National Mental Health Association
NOC:
Network operations center
NOC/SOC:
Network Operations Center/Systems Operations Center
NON-OHP:
OMAP programs that are not part of OHP
NOS:
Non-offending spouse Not otherwise specified
NOVA:
National Organization for Victims Assistance
NPDB:
National Practitioner Data Bank
NPH:
No parent in the household
NPV:
Net present value
NRA:
National Restaurant Association National Rehabilitation Association
NRC:
National resource center U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission
NRCA:
National Rehabilitation Counselor Association
NRCCM:
National Resource Center on Child Maltreatment
NRCCPS:
National Resource Center for Child Protective Services
NRC-CWDT:
National Resource Center for Child Welfare Data and Technology
NRC-ITCW:
National Resource Center for IT in Child Welfare, now NRC-CWDT
NRCOI:
National Child Welfare Resource Center for Organizational Improvement
NRP:
National Response Plan
NRTA:
National Retired Teachers Association
NSF:
National Science Foundation Non-sufficient funds
NSLA:
Non-standard living arrangement
NTP:
National Toxicology Program, DHHS
NTSB:
U.S. National Transportation Safety Board
NYTD:
National Youth in Transition Database
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O

OAA:
Old Age Assistance program, SSA Older Americans Act
OAC:
Oregon Advocacy Center
OACCW:
Oregon Association of Child Care Workers
OADAP:
No longer in use; see AMH
OAH:
Oregon Association of Hospitals
OAHHS:
Oregon Association of Hospital and Healthcare Systems
OAM:
Oregon Accounting Manual
OAR:
Oregon Administrative Rule
OASDI:
Old Age Survivor Disability Insurance
OASH:
Offices of the Assistant Secretary for Health and OPHS, DHHS
OASIS:
Oregon Alcohol & Drug State Information System
OATS:
Application Testing System, OIS Oregon Automated Tax System
OBAC:
Oregon Business and Aging Coalition
OBIRN:
Oregon Brain Injury Resource Network
OBLN:
Oregon Brain Injury Resource Network
OBMP:
Oregon Beach Monitoring Program
OBRA:
Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act
OBS:
Organizational breakdown structure
OC:
Off campus DHS Office of Communications
OCA:
Oregon Corrections Association
OCB:
Oregon Commission for the Blind
OCCF:
Oregon Commission on Children and Families
OCDD:
Oregon Council on Developmental Disabilities
OCHHP:
Office of Community Health and Health Planning
OCM:
Organizational change management
OCOD:
Oregon Conference on Disabilities, SILC
OCR:
Office of Civil Rights, ODOT Optical character recognition
OCWCOG:
Oregon Cascades West Council of Governments
ODAA:
Oregon District Attorney’s Association
ODC:
Oregon Diabetes Coalition, PH Oregon Disabilities Commission
ODDC:
Oregon Developmental Disabilities Council, now OCDD
ODE:
Oregon Department of Education
ODHHS:
Oregon Deaf and Hard of Hearing Services
ODMAT:
Oregon Disaster Medical Assistance Team
ODOT:
Oregon Department of Transportation
ODPE:
Office of Disease Prevention and Epidemiology
ODS:
Oregon Dental Service
OED:
Oregon Employment Department
OEM:
Office of Emergency Management
OEPH:
Office of Environmental Public Health
OF:
Other funds
OFH:
Office of Family Health, PH
OFLA:
Oregon Family Leave Act
OFPA:
Oregon Foster Parent’s Association
OFS:
Office of Financial Services
OFSET:
Oregon Food Stamp Employment Transition program, CAF
OHA:
Oregon Health Authority Oregon Hospice Association
OHC:
Out-of-home care
OHCCS:
Oregon Health Care Cost Containment System advisory committee
OHCS:
Oregon Housing and Community Services Department
OHD:
Oregon Health Division (now PHD)
OHFB:
Oregon Health Fund Board, OHPPR
OHP:
Oregon Health Plan
OHPC:
Oregon Health Policy Commission
OHP-CHP:
Oregon Health Plan — Coverage for persons under 19 who qualify under the 185 percent income
OHP-OPC:
Oregon Health Plan - Coverage for children who qualify under the 10-0 percent income standard
OHP-OPP:
Oregon Health Plan - Pregnant females and their newborn children who qualify under the 185 percent income standard
OHP-OP6:
Oregon Health Plan - Children under 6 who qualify under the 133 percent income standard
OHP-OPU:
Oregon Health Plan - Adults. Coverage for adults who qualify under the 100 percent income standard
OHPPR:
Office for Oregon Health Policy and Research, DAS
OHPR:
Office of Health Policy Research
OHR:
DHS Office of Human Resources
OHSC:
Oregon Health Services Commission, DAS
OHSU:
Oregon Health & Science University
OHT:
Oregon Healthy Teens Survey
OIG:
Office of the Inspector General, DHHS
OIS:
DHS Office of Information Services
OJD:
Oregon Justice Department Oregon Judicial Department
OJIN:
Oregon Judicial Information Network
OJJDP:
Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention, DOJ (U.S.)
OJT:
On-the-job training
OLAP:
On-line analytical processing
OLCC:
Oregon Liquor Control Commission
OLIS:
Oregon Legislative Information System
OLMIS:
Oregon Labor Market Information System
OLTP:
On-line transaction processing
OLTRS:
On-line Training Registration System
OM:
Operation/s manager
OMA:
Oregon Medical Association
OMAP:
DHS Office of Medical Assistance Programs
OMB:
U.S. Office of Management and Budget
OMHAS:
No longer in use; see AMH
OMIP:
Oregon Medical Insurance Pool
OMMA:
Oregon Medical Marijuana Act
OMMP:
Oregon Medical Marijuana Program
OMPRO:
Oregon Medical Professional Review Organization
ONA:
Oregon Nurses Association
OOS:
Out-of-state Order of Selection
OP:
Options provider Outpatient
OPAR:
Office of Payment Accuracy and Recovery, ASD
OPARC:
Oregon Post Adoption Resource Center
OPC:
Out of parent control
OPCA:
Oregon Primary Care Association
OPE:
Other payroll expense Other personnel expense
OPEN:
Oregon Public Education Network
OPEU:
Oregon Public Employees Union, now SEIU
OPHP:
Oregon Office of Private Health Partnerships
OPHS:
Office of Public Health and Science, DHHS
OPHT:
Oregon Public Health Tracking program
OPI:
Oregon Public Health Tracking program Oregon Project Independence (SPD)
OPIC:
Oregon Partnership to Immunize Children
OPP:
Obesity Prevention Program
OPPR:
Office of Program Performance and Reporting
OPSC:
Oregon Patient Safety Commission
OPVA:
Oregon Paralyzed Veterans of America
ORADE:
Oregon Rehab ACTion Network
ORAN:
Oregon Association of Disability Examiners
OR-BIT:
Oregon Repository-Bringing Information Together system
ORBBIT:
Oregon Road Base Information Team
OBBITS:
Oregon Budget Information Tracking System
ORCA:
Oregon rehabilitative case automation
ORCP:
Oregon rules of civil procedures
OR-KIDS:
Oregon version of the federal mandated SACWIS, an acronym for Statewide Automated Child Welfare Information System.
OR-OSHA:
Office of the State Public Health Director
ORPARC:
Oregon Post Adoption Resource Center
ORR:
Office of Refugee Resettlement
ORS:
Oregon Revised Statutes
ORU:
DHS Overpayment Recovery Unit
OS:
Operating system
OSCI:
Oregon State Correctional Institution
OSEW:
Out-stationed eligibility worker
OSERS:
Office of Special Education & Rehabilitative Services
OSH:
Oregon State Hospital
OSHA:
Oregon Occupational Safety and Health Division
OSIP:
Oregon Supplemental Income Program
OSIP-AB:
Oregon Supplemental Income Program - Aid to the Blind
OSIP-AD:
Oregon Supplemental Income Program - Aid to the Disabled
OSIP-EPD:
Oregon Supplemental Income Program - Employed Persons with Disabilities program
OSIPM:
Oregon Supplemental Income Program Medical
OSIPM-AB:
Oregon Supplemental Income Program Medical - Aid to Blind
OSIPM-AD:
Oregon Supplemental Income Program Medical - Aid to the Disabled
OSIPM-EPD:
Oregon Supplemental Income Program Medical - Employed Persons with Disabilities program
OSIPM-IC:
Oregon Supplemental Income Program Medical — Independent Choices
OSIPM-OAA:
Oregon Supplemental Income Program Medical - Old Age Assistance
OSIP-OAA:
Oregon Supplemental Income Program — Old Age Assistance
OSP:
Oregon State Penitentiary Oregon State Police
OSPC:
Office of Safety and Permanency for Children
OSPHD:
Office of the State Public Health Director
OSPHL:
Oregon State Public Health Laboratories
OSPS:
Oregon State Payroll System
OSS:
Office of Support Systems
OSSTMM:
Open Source Security Testing Methodology Manual
OST:
Occupational Skills Training
OT:
Occupational therapy
OTC:
Over-the-counter drug
OTH:
Other
OTRS:
Oregon Telecommunications Relay Services (aka Oregon Relay)
OVI:
Over income Over issuance
OVP:
Overpayment
OVR:
Over resources
OVRS:
Office of Vocational Rehabilitation Services, CAF
OWASP:
Open Web Application Security Project
OWCC:
Oregon Women’s Correctional Center
OWIIPP:
Oregon Worker Injury and Illness Protection Program
OWL:
Web ontology language
OYA:
Oregon Youth Authority
OY2k:
“Other” Year 2000 Project (non-mainframe)
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P

PA:
Payment authorization Performance appraisal Personality assessment Personnel action Physical abuse Price agreement Prior authorization Private agency Public assistance
PAA:
Private adoption agency
PAARR:
PAS annual resident review
PACE:
Program for the All-inclusive Care of the Elderly
PA FS:
Public assistance food stamps
PAIR:
Protection and Advocacy for Individual Rights program
PAN:
Personal area network
PAPD:
Planning advance planning document
PAS:
Pre-admission screening
PASS:
Plan for achieving self support
PASSAR:
Pre-admission screening and annual resident reviews
PBM:
Pharmacy benefits manager
PC:
Percent complete Personal care Personal computer Politically correct Probable cause Production control Protective custody
PCA:
Program cost account Personal care attendant
PCCM:
Primary care case manager
PCE:
Physical Capacity Evaluation
PCO:
Physician care organization
PCP:
Primary care practitioner
PD:
Personnel action form Position description Public defender
PDB:
Position data base
PDCA:
Plan-do-check-act cycle
PDD:
Pervasive developmental disorder
PDF:
Portable document format (Adobe Acrobat)
PDL:
Plan drug list
PDM:
Precedence diagramming method
PDO:
Public Defender’s Office
PDP:
Prescription drug plan
PDX:
Portland, Oregon Portland International Airport (Oregon)
PEBB:
Oregon Public Employees’ Benefit Board
PEP:
Paternity establishment percentage Personal education plan
PERC:
Program eligibility reporting code
PERM:
Payment error rate measurement
PERS:
Oregon Public Employees Retirement System
PERT:
Planning, evaluation, research and technology Program evaluation and review technique
PEST:
Pesticide Exposure Safety and Tracking Program
PH:
DHS Public Health Division
PHAB:
Oregon Public Health Advisory Board, PH
PHD:
DHS Public Health Division
PHEP:
Public Health Emergency Preparedness Program
PHER:
Permanency hearing
PHI:
Private health insurance
PHO:
Physician hospital organization
PHP:
Prepaid health plan
PH/PHN:
Public health nurse
PHS:
U.S. Public Health Service, DHHS
PI:
Program improvement
PIAA:
Physician Insurers Association of America
PIB:
Placement information base
PIC:
Private Industry Council
PICS:
Position Inventory Control System
PIDB:
Projected inpatient database
PIN:
Personal identification number
PIP:
Program improvement plan
PIYN:
Paroled and Incarcerated Youth Network
PKI:
Public key infrastructure
P/L:
Personal letter
PL:
Personal letter Public law
PLM:
Poverty level medical
PLM-C:
Poverty level medical program for children
PLWH:
People living with HIV
PM:
Presumptive Medicaid Project management
PMBOK:
Project management body of knowledge
PMDDT:
Presumptive Medicaid Disability Determination Team
PMH:
Prepaid managed health plan
PMI:
Project Management Institute, Inc.
PMO:
Project Management Office, OIS
PMP:
Project management professional
PMPM:
Per member per month
PMR:
Provider and Miscellaneous Receivables Unit, ASD
PO:
Parole officer Personnel officer Police officer Printing order Probation officer Purchase order
POC:
People of color
POD:
Point of distribution/dispensing
POP:
Policy Option Package
POS:
Point of sale
PP:
Permanent placement Permanent planning
P&P:
Parole and probation Policy and planning
PPDB:
Position personnel database
PPE:
Permanent planning expense
PPG:
Primary provider group
PPO:
Preferred provider organization
PPRS:
Post payment recovery system
PPS:
Provider Payment System Program and Policy Section, OMAP
PPU:
OVRS Policy & Program Unit
P/R:
Prevention/restoration service
PR:
Public relations Purchase request
PRAMS:
Pregnancy Risk Assessment Monitoring System
PRC:
Placement Review Committee
PRD:
Program & resource development management
PRISM:
Oregon Performance Reporting Information System
PRO:
Professional review organization
PRTF:
Psychiatric residential treatment facility
PRUCOL:
Persons Residing under Color of Law
PRW:
Past relevant work
PRWORA:
Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity Reconciliation Act of 1996
P/S:
Personal service
PS:
Protective services
PSA:
Planning and service area Public service announcement
PSB:
Planning and service area Public service announcement
PSN:
Provider sponsored network
PSRB:
Oregon Psychiatric Security Review Board
PSRO:
Provider service review organization
PSS:
Program systems support
PST:
Provider Services Team
PS&T:
Project support & tracking
PSTN:
Public Switched Telephone Network
PSU:
Portland State University
PSU CW Partnership:
A partnership between PSU and CAF child welfare, including training needs and the MSW program
PTCC:
Parent training core curriculum
P/T:
Person/type
PT:
Part-time
PTS:
Parent training services
PTSD:
Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
P2:
Medical program
PUC:
Public Utilities Commission
PUG:
Project user group
PV:
Parole violator Planned value
PWD:
People with disabilities
PWE:
Principle wage earner
PWI:
Projects With Industry
PWP:
Preferred Worker Program
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Q

QA:
Quality assurance
QA&R:
Quantitative analysis & research
QAT:
Quality Advisory Team, OIS
QC:
Quality control
QD:
Quality Development, OIS
QI:
Quality improvement
QI1:
Qualified individual (Medicare Savings Program)
QM:
Quality management
QMB:
Qualified Medicare beneficiary
QMB-BAS:
Qualified Medicare beneficiary - basic. The basic QMB program
QMB-DW:
Qualified Medicare beneficiary - disabled worker
QMB-SMB:
Qualified Medicare beneficiary - special Medicare beneficiary
QMHA:
Qualified mental health associate
QMHP:
Qualified mental health professional
QMM:
Qualified Medicare and Medicaid beneficiary
QMS:
Quality Measurement System
QoS:
Quality of service
QRS:
Quarterly Reporting System
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R

RA:
Remittance advice Research analyst Revenue agent Risk assessment
R&A:
Research and analysis
RACF:
Resource access control facility
RACF ID:
Resource access control facility identification
RACI:
Role definition of who is responsible, accountable, consulted, informed
RAD:
Reactive Attachment Disorder
R&D:
Research and development
RAH:
Run authorized hold
RAM:
Responsibility assignment matrix
RAPP:
Reduce Adolescent Pregnancy Partnership, now HOPE
RBAC:
Role-based access control
RBRVS:
Resource-based relative value scale
RBS:
Resource breakdown structure
RBUC:
Received but unaccounted for
RCC:
Ratio of costs to charges
RCD:
Rehabilitation Counselor(s) for the Deaf
RCEP:
Rehabilitation Continuing Education Program (Now TACE Center)
RCF:
Residential care facility
RCP:
Reduced co-pay
RCSW:
Registered clinical social worker
RCWA:
Refugee Child Welfare Act
RCWAC:
Refugee Child Welfare Advisory Committee
RDBMS:
Relational Database Management System
RDF:
Resource description framework
RD-LAP:
Radio data-link access procedure
RDU:
Remaining duration
RE:
Regarding Removed from a case
REC:
Recertification
REF:
Refugee assistance
REFM:
Refugee assistance medical
REFM-BAS:
Refugee Assistance Medical -- Basic
REOMB:
Recipient explanation of medical benefits
RF:
Remaining float
RFA:
Referral for application
RFI:
Request for interest
RFID:
Radio frequency identification
RFP:
Request for proposals Request for purchase
RFQ:
Request for qualifications Request for quotations
RH:
Reproductive Health Section
RHC:
Rural health center
RHSC:
Rural health center
RI:
Risk intervention
RIO:
Rehabilitation Institute of Oregon
RJE:
Remote job entry
RJSO:
Report on Juvenile Sex Offenders
RLA:
Regional Lead Agency
RMO:
Rehabilitation Institute of Oregon
RMS:
Random moment sample
RN:
Registered nurse
RO:
Regional office
ROI:
Return on investment
ROM:
Regional office manual Rough order of magnitude
RP:
Refugee Program
RPCH:
Rural primary care hospital
RPI:
Rapid Process Improvement
RPO:
Recovery point objective
RPS:
Radiation Protection Services Section
RRB:
Railroad retirement benefits
RRCEP:
Regional Rehabilitation & Continuing Education Program (Now TACE Center)
RRP:
EPA Lead-Based Paint Renovation Repair and Painting Rule
RS:
Rehabilitation Services (OVRS field offices)
R&S:
Research and statistics
R/S:
Referral source
RSA:
Rehabilitation Service Administration
RSS:
Really simple syndication
R*STARS:
Relational Statewide Accounting and Reporting System
RS&VP:
Retired Senior & Volunteer Program
RTAT:
Restitution, treatment and training
RTF:
Residential training facility
RTO:
Recovery time objective
RVCOG:
Rogue Valley Council of Governments
RVU:
Relative value
RWJF:
Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
Rx:
Prescription
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S

SA:
Sexual abuse Service agreement
SAC:
Substitute or adoptive care medical coverage
SAW:
Seasonal Agricultural Workers
SACWIS:
Statewide Automated Child Welfare Information System
SAF:
Standard analytical files
SAFE:
Structured Analysis Family Evaluation
SAG:
Service agreement
SAIF:
State Accidental Insurance Fund
SAM:
State Accounting Manual
SAMHSA:
Substance Abuse Mental Health Services Administration, DHHS
SAN/NAS:
Storage area network/network attached storage
SAP:
Systems Applications and Products in Data Processing (software company)
SARGe:
SACWIS Assessment Review Guide
SARS:
Severe acute respiratory syndrome Statewide Accounting Reporting Section, DAS
SAVE:
Systematic Alien Verification for Entitlement program, USCIS
SAVF:
Sexual assault victims funds
SAWSH:
Salvation Army White Shield Home
SB:
Senate Bill
SBG:
Student block grant (day care program)
SBHC:
School-based health centers
SBHS:
School-based health service
SBP:
Severely/emotionally disturbed Standard benefits plans
SBS:
Shaken baby syndrome
SC:
Shelter care Substitute care
SCD:
Self-check digit
SCERT:
State Child Fatality Review Team
SCF:
Services to Children and Families, now CAF
SCHIP:
State Children’s Health Insurance Program, OHP
SCILS:
South Coast Independent Living Services, Brookings area CIL
SCPC:
South Coast Independent Living Services, Brookings area CIL
SCPC:
Substitute care placement committee
SCSEP:
Senior Community Service Employment Program
SDA:
Service delivery area
SDC:
Service data center State data center Summary data component of NCANDS
SDLC:
Systems development life cycle
SDSD:
Seniors and Disabled Services Division, now SPD
SDSRTF:
State delivered secure residential treatment facility
SDX:
State data exchange with SSA
SE:
Supported Employment
SEBB:
State Employees Benefit Board
SED:
Severely emotionally disturbed Support Enforcement Division Salary Eligibility Date
SEI:
Software Engineering Institute
SEIU:
Service Employees International Union
SEOG:
Supplemental educational opportunity grant
SES:
Supported employment services
SEU:
Separate economic unit
SFDNP:
Senior Farm Direct Nutrition Program
SFMA:
Statewide Financial Management Application
SFMS:
State Financial Management System
SFMU:
System used to add a case or record changes in service levels or client payment liability
SFPSS:
State Family Pre SSI/SSDI
SFR:
State financial reporting State fiscal reporting
SFY:
State fiscal year
SGA:
Substantial gainful activity
SHA-1:
Secure hash algorithm- version 1.0
SHHH:
Self Help for Hard of Hearing (National group with local chapters)
SHIBA:
Senior Health Insurance Benefits Assistance program
SIDS:
Sudden infant death syndrome
SILC:
Oregon State Independent Living Council
SILS:
State Independent Living Services
SILSP:
Semi Independent Living Situation Program
SIP:
Supplemental income payment
SIR:
Special incident report
SIS:
State Immunization System
SIT:
Self-initiated training
SK:
Skilled (level of care)
SLA:
Service level agreement
SLF:
Specialized living facility
SLMB:
Specified low-income Medicare beneficiary
SME:
State medical examiner Subject matter expert
SMIB:
Supplementary medical insurance benefit (SSA), Part B Medicare for physicians and other services
SMRF:
State Medicaid research files
SMS:
Short message service
SMUX:
A screen used access the child support master record
SNAC:
Special Needs Adoption Coalition
SNAP:
Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program
SNB:
Strengths/needs-based
SNF:
Skilled nursing facility
SNP:
Special needs plan
SO:
Sexual offender
SOAP:
Simple object access protocol Strategies of accountability plans
SOASTC:
Southern Oregon Adolescent Study and Treatment Center
SOC:
System of care
SOCP:
State-Operated Community Programs
SOIL:
Set-off individual liability
SOS:
Secretary of state
SOSCF:
State Office for Services to Children and Families (formerly CSD)
SOW:
Statement of work
SP:
Special payment
SPA:
State plan amendment
SPD:
DHS Seniors and People With Disabilities Division
SPI:
Schedule performance index
SPIL:
State Plan for Independent Living
SPL:
Special cash pay
SPMI:
Severe and persistent mental illness
SPMP:
Skilled professional medical position
SPOC:
Single point of contact
SPOTS:
Small Purchase Order Transactions System
SPR:
System performance review
SPSS:
Statistical Package for the Social Sciences
SQL:
Structured query language
SQR:
A programming language specifically designed for SQL database
SRA:
Systematic risk assessment
SRC:
State Rehabilitation Council Sensitive Review Committee
SRDC:
Supportive remedial daycare
SRF:
Salem rehabilitation facility
SRIYPT:
Student Retention initiative Youth Planning Team
SRS:
Social and rehabilitation services
SRT:
Subaru Review Team
SS:
Self-sufficiency
S&S:
Services and supplies
SSA:
Social Security Administration Social services assistant
SSB:
Social Security benefits
SSBG:
Social Services Block Grant
SSD:
Senior Services Division, currently SDSD Social Security Disability
SSDI:
Social Security disability insurance
SSI:
Strategic systems initiatives Supplemental Security Income
SSID:
Service set identifier
SSIG:
State Student Incentive Grant
SSIS:
SQL server integration services
SSMP:
Self Sufficiency Modernization Project
SSN:
Social Security number
SSO:
Senior Services Office
SSP:
Self-sufficiency programs Sheltered Services Program
SSS:
Social service specialist
SSSI:
State Service System improvement grant
SSTF:
Social Security Trust Fund
SSU:
Systems Support Unit
STARS:
Students Today Are Not Ready for Sex
STAT:
State Technical Assistance Team
STD:
Sexually transmitted disease
SubCare:
Substitute care
SuD:
System under discussion
SURS:
Surveillance and Utilization Review Subsystem (MMIS)
SV:
Schedule variance
SWOT:
Strengths-weaknesses-opportunities-threats analysis
SWUG:
Statewide users group
SY:
School year
Sybase:
A relational DBMS
SYSM:
Computer systems electronic mail
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T

T&A:
Trust & agency
TACE:
Technical Assistance & Continuing Education
TA-DVS:
Temporary Assistance for Domestic Violence Survivors
TAG:
Talented and gifted person Technical Assistance Guide
TALN:
Technology access for life needs grant
TAM:
Tivoli access manager
TANF:
Temporary Assistance to Needy Families
TANF-Basic:
TANF case with one or no adult
TANF-PLS:
TANF client eligible for JOBS Plus
TANF-UN:
TANF case where two parents are unemployed
TASC:
Temporary alternative to street crime
TATS:
Toxicology Assessment and Tracking Services
TB:
Tuberculosis
TBAC:
Task-based authorization controls
TBD:
To be determined
TBI:
Traumatic Brain Injury
TC:
Temporary custody
TCM:
Targeted case management
TDAP:
Telecommunications Device Access Program
TDD:
Telecommunications Device for the Deaf (see TTY)
TDM:
Team decision-making meeting (See FDM)
TEDS:
Technical encounter data service
TEFRA:
Tax Equity and Fiscal Responsibility Act
TEP:
Teen Emancipation Program
TERS:
Travel Expense Reimbursement System
TF:
Total funds
TFC:
Treatment foster care
TH/TOH:
Threat of harm
TI:
Transformation Initiative
TIM:
DHS Tivoli identity manager
Title IV-A:
TANF
Title IV-D:
Child support enforcement
Title XIX:
Title XIX of the Social Security Act: Grants to states for medical assistance programs
TJTC:
Targeted job tax credit
TLA:
Third letter acronym
TOC:
Theory of constraints
TOCS:
Toxicology Consulting Services
TOS:
Type-of-service codes
TPL:
Third party liability
TPEP:
Tobacco Prevention and Education Program
TPP/SHP:
Teen Pregnancy Prevention and Sexual Health Partnership
TPQY:
Access through BEIN or WQY1, SSN. Request updated information from SSA
TPR:
Termination of parental rights Third party recovery Third party resource
TRACS:
Transition, Referral and Client Self-Sufficiency System (TANF)
TRIPS:
Travel Reimbursement Information Processing System
TrOOP:
True out-of-pocket costs
TQM:
Total quality management
T&S:
Technology & strategy, OIS
TSA:
Tax-sheltered annuity
TSO:
Telephone service order Time-sharing option
TTW:
Ticket to Work
TTY:
Teletype
TUA:
Telephone utility allowance
TWE:
Trial Work Evaluation
TWWIIA:
Ticket to Work & Work Incentives Improvement Act
Tx:
Treatment
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U

UA:
Urine analysis
UB:
Uniform bill
UC:
Unemployment compensation
UCMS:
CMS case update screen
UDDI:
Universal description, discovery and integration
UF:
Unknown father or absent father
UHDDS:
Uniform hospital discharge data set
UI:
Unemployment insurance User interface
UIFSA:
Uniform Interstate Family Support Act
UI-Plus:
Client eligible for job opportunities for basic skills plus based on unemployment insurance
UNK:
Unknown
UPIN:
Unique physician identification number
UPS:
Uninterruptible power supply
UR:
Utilization review
URA:
Un-reimbursed Assistance
URD:
No longer in use; see OVRS
URI:
Uniform resource identifier
USCIS:
U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, Department of Homeland Security
USDA:
U.S. Department of Agriculture
UTL:
Unable to locate
UVDN:
Umpqua Valley Disabilities Network
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V

VA:
U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs
VAC:
Variance at completion
VAH:
Veterans Administration Hospital
VCIS:
Voluntary Cooperative Information System
VCO:
Violation of court order
VCON:
Video Conference
VFC:
Immunization and Vaccines for Children
VISTA:
Veterans In Service To America
VOA:
Volunteers of America
VOAD:
Volunteer Organizations Active in Disaster
VOCA:
Victims of Crime Act
VP:
Volunteer program Videophone
VPN:
Virtual private network
VR:
Vocational rehabilitation
VRC:
Vocational rehabilitation Counselor
VRD:
See OVRS
VRI:
Video Remote Interpreting
VRS:
Video Relay Service
VS:
Volunteer services
VSAM:
Virtual storage access method
VSP:
Volunteer service program
V2:
Refugee program
V&V:
Validation and verification
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W

WAGE:
Screen that displays the Employment Department wage records
WAN:
Wide Area Network
WAR Report:
Attendance reporting system (monthly payroll report)
WAW:
Welfare assistance worker
WBS:
Work breakdown structure
WC:
Workers compensation
WCD:
Workers compensation
WCDMA:
Worker's Compensation Division
WEP:
Wired equivalent privacy
WH:
Women's Health
WI:
Workload increase
WIA:
Workforce Investment Act
WIB:
Workforce Investment Board
WIC:
Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children, USDA
WIIA:
Workforce Investment Improvement Act
WIN:
Workforce Investment Network
WiMAX:
Worldwide interoperability of broadband wireless products
WiMedia:
Media high data rate wireless multimedia networking applications
WIN:
Work Incentive Network
WK:
Worker
WLAN:
Wireless local area network
W&M:
Ways & Means Committee of the Legislature
WMAN:
Wireless metropolitan area network
WNV:
West Nile virus
W/O:
Without
WOU:
Western Oregon University
WP:
WordPerfect Word processing
WPA:
Wi-Fi protected access
WRAW:
Work Readiness Alternatives Workshop
WRH:
Women's and Reproductive Health Program
WW:
WiseWoman
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X

XBase:
A term for languages derived from the dBASE III+ language
XForms:
An XML application that represents the next generation of forms for the Web
XHTML:
Extensible hypertext markup language
XIX:
Title XIX
XLink:
Specification for links between documents
XMH:
Extended mental health benefits
XML:
Extensible markup language
XOVR:
Crossover claim
XPath:
Language for addressing parts of an XML document
XPointer:
Language for addressing into the internal structures of XML documents
XQuery:
XML query language
XSL:
Extensible style sheet language
XSL-FO:
Extensible style sheet language — formatting objects
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Y

YCAP:
Yamhill County Action Program
YCC:
Youth coordinating council
YCCDP:
Yamhill County Chemical Dependency Program
YCIRT:
Youth/community intensive residential treatment
YLF:
Youth Leadership Forum
YS:
Youth Services
YST:
Youth services team
YTD:
Year-to-date
YTP:
Youth Transition Program
Y2K:
Year 2000
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Z

ZD:
Unit of cost that varies with production quantity, such as material or direct labor required to complete a product or project Zero defect
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